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This cake was designed for our cute and adorable client Sayaan on his fourth birthday. Sayaan wanted a Sportacus Cake on his birthday that was similar to a cake picture his mom had showed him. So to please the birthday boy we tried to recreate the same cake with a few minor changes. Thanks to mnhammy, the original creators of the cake, for this lovely cake design.

Sportacus comes down from his ship to find out what is the problem, and runs into the wall. He decides he needs sports candy to cross over it and calls for and apple from his ship, but Robbie intercepts it and exchanges it for a Candy Apple. Sportacus eats it and jumps the wall, but midway suffers a and lands on top of it. Stephanie and Stingy order their sides to stop the fight, because they notice Sportacus in trouble. Stephanie asks Pixel for information, but Trixie reminds her that he's on the other side. While Stingy decides Sportacus needs an apple, but Pixel reminds him the apple tree is on the other side. Stingy and Stephanie became upset and declare that the wall is the problem of everything, and start to dig through the wall to the other side. Both sides connect, and decide how help Sportacus. Stingy gives the instruction to Pixel for use a soccer ball to knock an apple from the tree and then, with a rope, Stephanie climbs up the wall to help Sportacus. With Sportacus awake, he asks what's going on, and both sides discover everything was builder's fault; when he tries to escape, the wall tips over, causing him to be saved by Sportacus, using Ziggy's gift to him, a bowling ball. Robbie's disguise is revealed. Stephanie then gives Sportacus a cake made with fruits. During 'Bing Bang', everyone helps clean up the mess from the cake fight and gets rid of the wall.

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    My niece was obsessed with the show "Lazy Town" around her fourth birthday and was having a Lazy Town birthday at a local gymnastics centre. I made this Sportacus cake with two boxed mixes in a roasting pan. I trimmed the outline a bit to give it more of a face shape and used the pieces of trimmed cake to build up the nose and the tip of his head for more of a 3D effect.

    My niece was obsessed with the show "Lazy Town" around her fourth birthday and was having a Lazy Town birthday at a local gymnastics centre. I made this Sportacus cake with two boxed mixes in a roasting pan. I trimmed the outline a bit to give it more of a face shape and used the pieces of trimmed cake to build up the nose and the tip of his head for more of a 3D effect.